[Callers] Gender free dances

beth at hands4.com beth at hands4.com
Sat Dec 4 07:29:40 PST 2010


Ummm, Amy it's S-twist or Z-twist. N and Z are the same, one's just turned sideways. 

HTH,
Beth

> -----Original Message-----
> From: callers-bounces at sharedweight.net [mailto:callers-
> bounces at sharedweight.net] On Behalf Of Amy Cann
> Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 11:14 PM
> To: Caller's discussion list
> Subject: Re: [Callers] Gender free dances
> 
> Here's a thought I've been toying with for a while:
> 
> A term we use in knitting to identify which way yarn twists is "N-wise or Z-
> wise"
> 
> (think of a piece of yarn, look at the slanty lines the plies make, look at the
> center slashes of an N, then a Z. See it?)
> 
> How many moves could be identified this way?




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